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Cyber-surveillance whistleblower Mark Novitsky: “Super Bowl false flag threat is real, I’m leaving Twin Cities”

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Mark Novitsky says my article “False Flag Super Bowl Nuke Alert” is all too plausible – so plausible that he and his family will be leaving the Twin Cities this weekend. (Mark alerted me to a statement by Israeli PM Netanyahu that could be interpreted as a threat to unleash a false flag terror attack on Minnesota, as explained in the update at the end of my article.)

In this interview we discuss the final destruction of the 4th Amendment via the FISA bill extension, which was passed under cover of an orchestrated smokescreen: A snow day and government shutdown, the “sh*thole countries” brouhaha, and the “Trump and the porn star” scandal. These calculated distractions misdirected the American people away from the hideous truth: We are now officially in an Orwellian dystopian dictatorship with no limits on government/corporate surveillance of citizens.

Other topics include:

*The “dual state” consisting of the window-dressing representative government institutions on the one hand, and the real power consisting of organized crime infiltrations of the security agencies on the other.  (See Benner’s National Security and the Double Government; Kouzman, Witt, and Kakabadse’s State Crimes Against Democracy; and Eric Wilson, ed.’s The Dual State: Parapolitics, Carl Schmitt and the National Security Complex.)

*The ever-accelerating brainwashing of the population using techniques developed by Edward Bernays, the father of mass mind control.

*The role of false flags in the conditioning of the population to accept war and repression.

*The series of Minnesota politicians who have clashed with the Deep State: Jesse Ventura, Paul Wellstone, and Mark Dayton.

Let’s hope and pray that the Twin Cities will be intact when Mark returns there after Super Bowl weekend!




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